New Model Gives Hands-On Help for Learning the Secrets of Molecules


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Squishy models are anything but child’s play as they help researchers understand the building-block nature of proteins.


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The soft and transparent protein models will enable researchers to quickly and collaboratively see, touch, and test ideas about molecular interactions and the behavior of proteins.


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